International Women’s Day has been observed for more than a century since it began in 1911. The day recognizes the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women globally. The day also serves as a call to action for gender parity.
The official date of observance moved to March 8 in 1913. The United Nations celebrated International Women’s Day beginning in 1975. Today it is celebrated globally every year as a day to call out gender inequality and bias and to recognize the achievements of women around the world.
We are proud to celebrate the women who make invaluable contributions to our industry. In our own firm, we recognize the stellar achievements of women who make a difference every day for our clients and in our community. Representing more than 12 nations and speaking more than 13 languages, they are a true testament to the importance of representation and the power of leadership.